War Baby - Jinjar - Female Redguard by TheMagician
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Added: 09/12/2011 - 10:14PM
Updated: 24/07/2012 - 03:51PM

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Last updated at 15:51, 24 Jul 2012 Uploaded at 22:14, 9 Dec 2011

This plugin allows you to play as Jinjar, a custom level 1 female Redguard. There are two files; choose the one you want to use--you don't need both.

Save Game
If you want to use the save game, just drop the Jinjar.ess in your Documents\My Games\Skyrim\Save\ folder. It begins at the start of the game right before you decide whether to follow Ralof (the Nord) or Hadvar (the Imperial) into Helgen Keep.

Alternately, you may use the Jinjar.esp plugin. Just place it in your Skyrim\Data\ folder and activate it in the Data menu in the Skyrim launcher before loading your game. This adds Jinjar as a preset to the character generation screen, so you will have to start a new game to create her (or load a save point after the cart-ride but before the character gen screen, which is what I do): just choose the last Redguard female preset. If you use the .esp, you can customize Jinjar's appearance (makeup/hair/etc.). Once you've created the character and saved your game, you no longer need the Jinjar.esp so you can remove it from your load order.

There are also screenshots that show all of Jinjar's sliders with numbers. Skyrim won't always show every slider accurately no matter how much you fiddle with the controls so a couple of the slider settings are bound to be a little off. The numbers are there to correct for these kinds of errors, so use the numbers. They're faster and more accurate. To use the numbers, push the slider all the way to the left, then click to the right the number of times shown on the screenshot. If it says 10, click 10 times. If it says 0, don't click at all.

Known Conflicts
The Jinjar.esp makes a change to the Redguard race (in order to add her appearance as a preset). If you use a mod that also changes this race, there will be conflicts. Fortunately, your appearance is stored in your save game, so once you've created your character, you can remove the plugin from your load order.

necKros' Beauty Faces for the skin texture used in the screenshots; still my favorite
Bethesda, for being awesome
Skyrim Nexus, for hosting even crap mods like mine

Helpful Links
For dozens of additional characters, visit:

For additional tips on customizing your character, check out my HubPages articles:

Changing your character's appearance and name:

Creating beautiful characters:

Role-playing tips,

Creating interesting back-stories for your characters,